As I'm wrapping up a strategic engagement with a technology client today, this portrait of Steve Jobs by Oliver LeFebvre struck a particular cord. As part of a land art contest held in Quebec, Canada, ten artists from around all around North America came together to create. Lefebvre bought a few crates of deer apples (which are not edible for humans) and also picked some off the ground, amassing 3,500 for his 22' x 15' piece. Working on a 2x2 grid, the piece took him between 40 and 50 hours to complete!
Via My Modern Met